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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtSymbols KC11 1C11 2C11 3C11Work is done for K-1. Needs more resources for 2-3.Most resources are K-1 focused. More resources available with creating educator accounts through websites.NoNoYesNo
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtSD Entry into Statehood 4C11
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtImpact of Govt 5C12 6C12 8C12
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtForms of Govt 5c11 6C11 7C11 9-12CSome resources for 9-12. No assessmentMany more resources available. iCivics is a great resource for activities. USHistory.org for readingsNoNoYesNo
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtGovt Meets Needs 5C13 6C13 8C13
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtEuropean Ideals Influence US Govt 8C11
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtCompelling Questions About Govt 9-12C11
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtReligious Influence 9-12C14
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CIVICSK-12.C.1 Students will explain, compare and contrast, and analyze the historical principles and philosophical purposes of various forms of governments.Contrast Forms of GovtPolitical and Economic Ideologies 9-12C15
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsRules of School KC21 1C21CompleteNoAdded main questionsYesNo
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsRole of Leaders 2C21 3C22
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsConstitutional Themes 3C21 4C21
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsConstitutional Roots 5C21 5C22
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsImpact of Ancient Documents 6C21
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsPrecursors to the Constitution 9-12C22 9-12C23
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CIVICSK-12.C.2 Students will explain the historical impact of primary founding documents including, but not limited to, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments.Founding DocumentsPurpose of the Constitution 9-12C21 9-12C24 9-12C25 9-12C26
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionGovt Services 1C31 2C32CompleteNoNoNoNo
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionLaws and Responsibilities 2C31 3C31 3C32
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionSD Govt Branches 4C31 4C32
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionDecision-Making Procedures 5C32
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionAmending the Constitution 8C32 8C33
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionBranches of Govt 5C31 8C31 9-12C31
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionLaw Making Process 9-12C32
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionPurpose of Electoral College 9-12C33
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionPower of Judicial Review 9-12C34
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CIVICSK-12.C.3 Students will explain how the Constitution organizes the government of the United States.Govt Organized by ConstitutionLevels of Authority 9-12C35
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CIVICSK-12.C.4 Students will understand the fundamental principles of America's democratic republic and the United States Constitution and the inherent conflicts that may arisePrincipals of Democratic RepublicsAgencies and Communities 3C41 3C42 5C41
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CIVICSK-12.C.4 Students will understand the fundamental principles of America's democratic republic and the United States Constitution and the inherent conflicts that may arisePrincipals of Democratic RepublicsEuropean Explorers 5H4.2
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CIVICSK-12.C.4 Students will understand the fundamental principles of America's democratic republic and the United States Constitution and the inherent conflicts that may arisePrincipals of Democratic RepublicsElectoral Process 8C41
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CIVICSK-12.C.4 Students will understand the fundamental principles of America's democratic republic and the United States Constitution and the inherent conflicts that may arisePrincipals of Democratic RepublicsCivic Virtue 8C42 9-12C43
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceChanging Society 5C51 5C52 5C53
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceCitizen Influence on Govt 6C51 8C51 8C52
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceInformed Decision-making 9-12C54 9-12C56
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceResponsible Participation 9-12C53 9-12C57 9-12C58
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceNaturalization Process 9-12C52
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluencePolitical Parties and Process 9-12C55
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CIVICSK-12.C.5 Students will understand the ways in which a citizen can use their basic rights to influence decisions of the republic.Citizen InfluenceTechnology Impact 9-12C59
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CIVICSK-12.C.6 - Students will describe the elements of how U.S. foreign policy is made and understand the challenges and influences of the United States governmentForeign PolicyForeign Policy 8C61 9-12C61 9-12C62
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsOrder of Events KH11 1H11 2H11
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsUS Settlement 3H11 3H12
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsUsing Historical Sources 1H12 2H12 4H12CompleteNoneNoNoYesNo
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsOther Countries’ Impact on North America 5H12 5H13
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsChronological Events 5H11 6H11 6H12
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsNative American Diplomacy 4H21 8H16 8h47
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of Events19th Century I 8H12 8H13
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsUS Westward Expansion 8H14 9-12H13CompleteNoneNoNoYesNo
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsContinuity in Eras 9-12H12
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HISTORYK-12.H.1 Students will analyze how major events are chronologically connected and evaluate their impact on one another.Analyze Impact of EventsProblems in Reconstruction/Progressive Eras 9-12H14CompleteNoneNoNoYesNo
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesCelebrations KH21 1H21 2H21CompleteDifficulty finding free content to cover standard. NoNoYesNo
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesHistorical Figures 3H21 3H22
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesUS Settlement 3H11 3H12 5H21 8H22
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesCultural Impact in SD 4H11 4H22 4H24
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesRole of Culture I 3H23 5h24 6H21
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesRole of Culture II 6H22 6h23 6H24 6H43?
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesCompelling Questions 6H51 6H52 8H52 9-12H51
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesRenaissance and Enlightenment 9-12H11 9-12H21
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesAg and Industrial Revolutions 9-12H23
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesIdeologies of Populations 9-12H24
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesCold War 9-12H25
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesForeign and Domestic Issues 9-12H27
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HISTORYK-12.H.2 Students will analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols upon history using multiple sources.Evaluate Using Multiple SourcesFrench Revolution and Napoleanic Era 2-12H22
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HISTORYK-12.H.3 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives.Multiple PerspectivesMultiple Perspetives 4H31 5H31 6H31
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HISTORYK-12.H.3 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives.Multiple PerspectivesIdeas about Govt 8H32
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HISTORYK-12.H.3 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives.Multiple PerspectivesExploration, Imperialism, and Expansion 9-12H31
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HISTORYK-12.H.3 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives.Multiple PerspectivesHistorical Propoganda 9-12H32
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HISTORYK-12.H.3 Students will analyze and evaluate historical events from multiple perspectives.Multiple PerspectivesImpact of Cold War 9-12H35
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsEvents and factors Impacting SD 4H23 4H25 4H41 4H42
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsActions and Decisions Affect Events 6H41 6H42
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsColonial America 5H41 8H31 8H42
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsArticles of Confederation 8H4.4
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of Events19th Century II 8H48 8H49 9-12H46
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsConstitution 8H33 8H45 8H46 9-12H45
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsTriggering Events WWI 9-12H41 9-12H47
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsCauses and Aftermath WWII 9-12H43 9-12H49 9-12H54
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsDisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Lenses 9-12H44
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HISTORYK-12.H.4 Students will identify and evaluate the causes and effects of past, current and potential events, issues and problems.Cause and Effect of EventsGreat Depression 9-12H48
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HISTORYK-12.H.5 Students will develop historical research skillsHistorical Research SkillsHistorical Artifacts 1H12 2H12
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HISTORYK-12.H.5 Students will develop historical research skillsHistorical Research SkillsHistorical Sources 4H12 4H51 4H52
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HISTORYK-12.H.5 Students will develop historical research skillsHistorical Research SkillsValidity of Primary and Secondary Sources 3H51 5H52 6H53
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HISTORYK-12.H.5 Students will develop historical research skillsHistorical Research SkillsEvents and Historical Sources 5H51 8H53
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HISTORYK-12.H.5 Students will develop historical research skillsHistorical Research SkillsCreditability of Historical Sources 9-12H52 9-12H53
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HISTORYHAR American RevolutionAmer Revolution I 5H22 5H43 5H44
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HISTORYHAR American RevolutionAmer Revolution II 8H11 8H21 8H41
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HISTORYHAR American RevolutionAmer Revolution III 8H41 8H43 9-12H26
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HISTORYHAR American RevolutionImpact of Revolutionary Era 9-12H54
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HISTORYCivil WarUS Civil War I 5h45 8h15 8h23
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HISTORYCivil WarUS Civil War II 8H24 8H25 9-12H34
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HISTORYCivil WarSlavery and Its Effects 8H34 9-12H33
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HISTORYCivil WarReconstruction 8H411 9-12H14 9-12H55Work Started No interactives on the provided list of ResourcesNoYes The "evidence" for level 2 foundational is the same as the description for leverl 3 mastery. I would think masktery woudl have "I can" statements too. Not That I see
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GEOGRAPHY
K-12.G.1 Students will apply geospatial resources, including data sources and geographic tools to generate, interpret, and analyze information.MappingMapping KG11 1G11 2G11 KG12 1G12
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K-12.G.1 Students will apply geospatial resources, including data sources and geographic tools to generate, interpret, and analyze information.MappingCommunities 2G12 3G11 4G11 4G21
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K-12.G.1 Students will apply geospatial resources, including data sources and geographic tools to generate, interpret, and analyze information.MappingContinents 1G13 3G12
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K-12.G.1 Students will apply geospatial resources, including data sources and geographic tools to generate, interpret, and analyze information.MappingGlobal Mapping 5G11 5G12 7G11 7G12 9-12G11
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K-12.G.1 Students will apply geospatial resources, including data sources and geographic tools to generate, interpret, and analyze information.MappingMental Maps 9-12G12
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K-12.G.2 Students will understand the nature and importance of the Five Themes of Geography: location, place characteristics, human-environment interaction, movement, and region.Geographic ThemesCultural Movement 3G21 5G21 5G22 5G23 5G51
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K-12.G.2 Students will understand the nature and importance of the Five Themes of Geography: location, place characteristics, human-environment interaction, movement, and region.Geographic ThemesGeographic Themes 7G21 7G22 9-12G21 9-12G22
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GEOGRAPHY
K-12.G.2 Students will understand the nature and importance of the Five Themes of Geography: location, place characteristics, human-environment interaction, movement, and region.Geographic ThemesPolitical and Economic Systems 7G23 7G32
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K-12.G.3 Students will recognize the characteristics of the processes that shape places and regions.Regional CharacteristicsRegional Characteristics KG31 1G31 2G31
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K-12.G.3 Students will recognize the characteristics of the processes that shape places and regions.Regional CharacteristicsNatural and Human Characteristics 4G31 7G31 7G33
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